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September | October 2021

Community Edition

COMMUNITY CHARGING PROGRAM

Plug into the future of driving today

As the electric vehicle market continues to grow, a question people ask is, “Will there be enough charging stations?” In the state of Georgia, the answer is a resounding, “Yes.”

We are committed to helping customers with their EV charging needs and advancing Georgia as a top EV-friendly state by ensuring that charging infrastructure is readily available.


HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

Non-profits bring energía positiva to Georgia


ENVIRONMENT

Protecting Georgia’s natural beauty


VITAL VOICES

A vital voice provides a warm welcome

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July | August 2021

Education | Back to Learning Edition

CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP

Junior Achievement partnership prepares students for sound financial future

Providing the communities we serve with clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy isn’t the only thing that gets us out of bed each morning. Equally important is our commitment to public service. So, we’re all in when it comes to giving back to Georgians throughout the state in truly meaningful ways.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Beating the heat at home – Georgia’s first Smart Neighborhood turns two


POWER QUALITY & RELIABILITY

Building a reliable workforce right here at home


EMPOWERING EDUCATION

Learning Power: Energizing students and teachers through STEM


May | June 2021

Safety and Tips Edition

STORM PREPAREDNESS

A Tale of Preparedness: Newnan family rebuilds after severe tornado

Few weather events are more dangerous and terrifying than tornadoes — especially here in Georgia. Such was the case on March 25 in Newnan, Georgia. While the tornado might have ripped the town apart, it also brought them closer together.


POWER QUALITY & RELIABILITY

Power restoration after a storm


ENERGY EFFICIENCY SOLUTIONS

Real Talk with energy-efficiency tips expert Terrilyn


SAFETY TIPS

Georgia Power celebrates National Electrical Safety Month


March | April 2021

Clean Energy Edition | Celebrating Earth Month

FOR A CLEANER GEORGIA

How a Georgia dam is supporting a clean, sustainable energy future

During the hot, dry summers, residents near Georgia Power’s Wallace Dam hear sirens on a fairly regular basis. This is signaling that the power grid is about to get a big jolt of energy – 321 megawatts in fact.

That kind of wattage provides a near instant boost to a system that powers air conditioners and much more during the scorching Georgia summers.


MEASURING OUR IMPACT

Conservation initiative gives new life to endangered ecosystem

Leading the charge in the restoration of the longleaf pine forest is a prime example of our commitment to stewardship of the environment. Our goal was to save both priceless woodlands and endangered animal species, such as the Red-cockaded Woodpecker.

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